Kathmandu, Sept. 12: CPN (Maoist Centre) chair and former Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has stressed on unification of revolutionary parties.
Speaking at a programme organized to welcome new comers to his party here Tuesday, chair Dahal stressed for institutionalizing the achievements of changes. He added that the public mandate has also suggested for unification of revolutionary forces to strengthen national harmony.
The former Prime Minister also claimed that his party was becoming popular in Tarai these days.
Federal Socialist Forum leader Navin Roka, Nepal Communist Party Gandak bureau leader Abiral Neupane, Nepal Maoist Party chair Thaman Singh among other local leaders joined the CPN (Maoist Centre) on the occasion. RSS
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